This gal has got style. When she wanted to go all out, we went along with it and this is the result. I personally delivered this one and this was show stopping, jaw dropping OMG all round. It was happiness maxed out. Give us some more!!
Client’s colour theme for the dinner table is black and white. We suggested white miniature calla lily with black feathers. Her eyes lit up and she let us go for it. Let us create a little black magic for you too!!
In the hands of it’s creator, this vase arrangement is being escorted to it’s owner’s car to dazzle her gorgeous home. Honestly, this style has been walking out the door one after another. It is amazingly impressive. Consisting of Yucca plant, Pineapple flower, Crab Claw and Cordyline foliage. Ask for the Yucca Arrangement. We’ll know what you mean.
Julia’s Rose is much admired for it’s unique antique hue. We wanted to show how it can be combined to make the colour work with other flowers and foliage. Here we have used hydrangeas which feature Autumn tones, Tuberose outer petal picks up the pink in the rose and tropical foliage striking pastel pink stripe all enhance the subtle colour of “Julia’s Rose”. We love working with a spectrum of colours and textures. Leave it up to us. We’ll create the “wow” effect every time.
Totally texturally beautiful. Flowers featured are white tulip, hydrangea, bruneii and banana bells (featured to the right of the arrangement. Foliage used are cordyline in green to tie in with the green hydrangea and bruneii, and red cordyline to match the banana bells. Flowers are arranged in a glass vase which has been wrapped with palm husk and bound with gold china cord.
They are now in the height of their season. To be enjoyed for their heavenly scent and dreamy English big bloom beauty.
Birch disks in white ceramic bowls. Below red Viburnum Berry arranged in a glass test tube which sits in a drilled hole in the birch log.
Flowers featuring in the birch log are Banksia, Lime Sim Carnation. Also you can see on the far right Lotus Pod.
These roses took my breathe away. I found these in the coolroom waiting for client to pick them up. These amazing roses have been arranged into a domed bouquet. The lush foliage you see are on the roses themselves. Don’t need anything else because they look so good on their own. Simplicity and quality. The only way to go. They will remain in water until client takes them away to maintain freshness. Giftwrapping occurs just before flowers are taken.
Tropical Vase Arrangement featuring White Orchid, Tuberose (scented) and tropical foliage. Glass Vase has been decorated with Paper Bark and finished off with silver satin ribbon. Gorgeous gift.
More than one hundred Gerberas feature in this arrangement. She loves Gerberas!!
It’s the last week of Summer and the David Austin Rose is certainly making a strong presence. Now is the time to enjoy this amazing large headed rose. It’s a classic and that’s why all our client’s admire it’s timeless beauty. Here we have arranged the rose with smoke bush and silver suede.
Well, you would be forgiven for thinking this is a bride’s bouquet because the roses are immaculate, but in fact they are a gorgeous gift. David Austin rose beautifully presented in glass vase which has been gift wrapped in white embossed paper and finished off with silver cord.
Tall Glass vase lined with Gymea leaves. Cascading over is Amaranthys. Towering above is the glorious Gloriosa Lily. Created quite an impression when presented for birthday gift.
You won’t see pictures of red roses on this post. The fact is, we will be picking up gorgeous red headed blooms directly from Victoria’s finest rose farms on FRIDAY 12 FEBRUARY for Valentine’s Day. We will have a finite quantity of QUALITY, fresh red roses in various lengths from 30cm to 1metre in length. Call to place an order for pickup or delivery. Ph: 9813 1916 Mobile: 0412 596060 May the day be special and memorable.
Just hang on a minute. You’re probably wondering, “what’s this? They’re not wedding bouquets. “ These are, in fact, roses in preparation for bridal bouqet construction. Each flower is assessed and graded for quality and suitability. Here is a fully wired bouqet using the flowers pictured above. Each flower is wired and taped. Then each flower and foliage stem is put together ever so carefully. The qualified, extremely talented and experienced florist worked soley on the bride’s fully wired bouquet for 1 hour and 45 minutes. The bouquet is then stored in an appropriate conditioned environment to maintain maximum freshness.
Photos of wedding flowers taken the weekend just passed. Bride’s Posy of Pink Oriental Lillies – no foliage. Close up shot of bride’s posy. Under side of bride’s posy. Wedding day incredibly warm. To keep flowers fresh we recommend posy holder which keeps flowers hydrated. Concealed with camelia leaves. Brides maids’ posies consisting of white open freesias. Mothers’ corsages to go on outfits. Corsages – freesias and silver suede leaf. Buttonholes – freesias and camelia leaf. Buttonhole with white freesia and camelia leaf.
Sometimes a photo just does not do justice to the muse. When my eyes fell upon this arrangement of flowers – WOW!!!! It was a knock out!! Immediately I scrambled for my camera to capture this shot before the courier swept the flowers up in his arms and carried it away to a very special recipient. Arranged in glass vase: Gloriosa Lily Calla Lily Vibernum Berry Vase decorated and garnished with bow constructed with Gymea leaf. Hand made card, with envelope and flower care card
Especially in Summer, ensure flowers arrive fresh. When sending flowers we recommend a vase arrangement. Flowers remain in water from leaving the store to your recipient’s door. Beautiful flowers presented beautifully to say “thank you”. Flower Arrangement consisting of : Pink Oriental Lily Pineapple Flower Clethra (white flower) Glass Vase decorated and garnished with Silver Suede leaf.